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Forget your lifelines: embrace the dystopia.
An accountancy change sheds light on a system lacking clear strategy
Debts deemed unlikely to be repaid will be counted as government spending under new rules
Speculating on the future of student loans.
Offloading assets to private investors for an illusory short-term gain stores up trouble
Government received ‘too little in return for what it gave up’, says watchdog
Students must be protected if higher education providers go bust
Investing in good faith.
Politicians and policymakers fear rising burden is a long-term drag on US economy
Privatised lender taken has advantage of the Trump era to prosper
Fewer graduates fall into arrears as economy strengthens but debt level tops $1.4tn
Ministers should be asking themselves what and who higher education is for
A lack of transparency on how much it costs to fund UK education with credit
Undergraduate years are sometimes a testing voyage of financial discovery
NAO statement fuels doubts about plans to sell off more debt to private investors
The strange treatment of student loans masks government spending
NHS spending boost threatens to make finances unsustainable, OBR says
Bigger loans, not smaller ones, are what’s needed
Steve Lamey suspended then dismissed over allegations of misconduct
Government increases the earnings threshold to £25,000 for those at university after 2012
About 50,000 students across UK campuses are aged 50 or over
Members are responsible for setting appropriate rent and handling maintenance
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